Ayrshire Breeders Honor Members in Branson
The Ayrshire Breeders Association held it's National Convention and Annual Meeting in the Branson, Missouri, region the last week of June. Thanks to Diana Curtis for capturing these moments for Purebred Publishing.
Topping the 2018 Grand National Ayrshire Sale in Branson, Missouri, was Onwrd Lzm Dstnct Attraction-ET striking off at $5,250.00. In the back (l-r) Damian Ullmer and Patrick Myers, buyer. In the front (l-r) Caitlin Small, 2018-2019 National Ayrshire Princess; Onwrd Lzm Dstnct Attraction-ET; Jozie Jensen, on the halter; Gene Hall Jr., Buyer; Robin Peters, 2018-2019 National Ayrshire Queen. Don Benson and Lynn Lee are in the box.
The Ayrshire Breeders’ Association honored Tom and Vivian Wolf of Spring-Run Farm, with the Master Breeder Award in Branson, Missouri during their annual convention. From (l-r) Tom Wolf; Tom Fenton, ABA President and Vivian Wolf.
Kristi Dinderman of Illinois was awarded the Young Breeder Award by the Ayrshire Breeder’s Association during their annual convention. From (l-r) Brian Dinderman, Kristi Dinderman and Mark Valentine. presenter.
The annual Distinguished Service Award given by the Ayrshire Breeders’ Association was presented to Linda Hanson of Minnesota. From (l-r) Mike Hanson, Linda Hanson and Mary Creek, presenter.
Erin Curtis Szalach of New York was selected the 2018-2019 Distinguished Junior Youth by the Ayrshire Breeders’ Association in Branson, Missouri.
These young ladies competed for the title of National Ayrshire Queen during the Ayshire Breeders’ Convention. From (l-r) Caitlin Small; Kenzie Ulmer; Paige Demun; Mackensie Schofield, 2017-2018 National Ayrshire Queen; Jozie Jensen and Robin Peters.
The 2018-2019 National Ayrshire Queen and Princess were crowned during the Ayrshire Breeder’s Convention in Branson, MO. Robin Peters of Pennsylvania was crowned the 2018-2019 National Ayrshire Queen with Caitlyn Small of Massachusetts was named the 2018-2019 National Ayrshire Princess.